Thanks for that info^
Using the guidelines from Misha’s topic, isn’t the way Fariz referenced the image still incorrect? Misha said the goal was to give content creators credit. The 777 engineering website was not the content creator, Boeing was.
I don’t take the other two topics as seriously, however they still reinforce my point. Obviously google images isn’t accurate enough. The other topic is basically asking that spotters get direct credit, not the website their pictures appear on. That’s essentially the same thing that’s happening here. Boeing is the content creator (just like the spotters) and the website is using it without credit. All of the topics you presented indicate that the credit should be given to Boeing and not the website where he found the image.
You also mentioned copyright issues. Boeing is the only one who could come after you for this image. The website has no claim to it. Once again, the credit should be given to Boeing if this was the concern.
Do you have any examples of ifc copyright issues in the past? I find it hard to believe that someone would go after a forum post.
Can you explain why Boeing shouldn’t get the credit here? Everything you supplied seems to indicate that they should.